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Hadeel Al-Shalchi

#Syria Researcher for @HRW باحثة سوريا: هيومن رايتس وتش -- Fmr #MiddleEast corro w Associated Press, Reuters -- RT not endorsements/employer's opinion

The Boy in the Ambulance Is a Stark Reminder of Aleppo's Pain

time.com — Hadeel Al-Shalchi is a Middle East researcher at Human Rights Watch. His innocent eyes stared at me over and over again as I scrolled through the news streaming from Aleppo down my Facebook feed this morning. Dusty, bloodied, stunned, sitting on a bright orange chair.

Dispatches: Give Syria’s Survivors a Voice

hrw.org — Twelve days ago Fatema Qaitani, a 35-year-old mother of four, was sitting in a tent teaching her daughter how to read when her life was changed forever. Fatema's tent, one of many that sprang up in a camp for displaced Syrians on the outskirts of Idlib, had been her family's home for two months.

Using the Dying as Bargaining Chips in Syria

worldpolicy.org — By Hadeel Al-Shalchi The pictures popped up on my phone one after the other last week. The images were of a skeletal young man lying listlessly on a bed partially covered by a blanket, his bony arms dangling over the side of the bed, his ribs protruding from under his bruised skin.

How the World Can Save Lives in Syria

hrw.org — In a hospital ward in Kadirli, in southern Turkey, Walaa squeezed her sister's hand as she whimpered in pain. "Say Bismillah, Mona, say Bismillah," Walaa told her sister, hoping that invoking God's name would lead to some relief. The nurse was gently rubbing cream on Mona's thigh and slowly pulling back a huge scab of brown-red, burned skin.

How the world can save lives in Syria

msnbc.com — In a hospital ward in Kadirli, in southern Turkey, Walaa squeezed her sister's hand as she whimpered in pain. "Say Bismillah, Mona, say Bismillah," Walaa told her sister, hoping that invoking God's name would lead to some relief. The nurse was gently rubbing cream on Mona's thigh and slowly pulling back a huge scab of brown-red, burned skin.

AP reporters recall mood during uprising

utsandiego.com — For days, Cairo teetered on the edge of anarchy as mass protests demanding Hosni Mubarak's ouster spiraled out of control. Government supporters charged into Tahrir Square on camels and horses, trampling protesters. A Nobel Peace laureate was doused with water cannon and trapped in a mosque.

I Survived the Bombs and Gunfire of Aleppo, but Syria Is in Shambles

takepart.com — This journalist defied death to be close to the conflict-and knows she was lucky to get out alive, unlike too many others still living in the war-torn state.

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